Bicolor Blenny
Bicolor Blenny

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Bicolor Blenny

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Bicolor Blenny

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Mostly bottom-dwelling algae eaters. Intelligent, entertaining and rather territorial. Named for its dual coloration of dull brown and dull orange. Males are larger than the females and undergo color changes during breeding.

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  • Approximate selling size: 1.5-2.5"
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  • Intelligent, entertaining, yet territorial
  • Appears to hop instead of swimming
  • Perches on rocks
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  • SKU1033131
  • Days to ShipShips Next Business Day
  • Primary BrandPetco Marine Fish

Blennies are mostly bottom-dwelling algae eaters that are intelligent and entertaining. As many can only swim a short distance, it looks as if they are hopping rather then swimming. TheBicolor Blenny has dual coloration of bluish-purple on the front and a muted shade of orange on the back.Bicolor Blenny - Living Environment Mostly peaceful tankmate that is generally safe with invertebrates. Some individual specimens have been seen harassing firefish and gobies. Needs plenty of rocks to perch on as well as to hide in and around.